Alameda Hot Springs
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• Alameda Hot Springs has rooms with private soaking tubs
• The rooms have vintage furniture, and the town gives off a nostalgic vibe from the past

The Alameda Hot Springs is a historic geothermal mineral water resort in the small town of Hot Springs on Montana's western edge.

The resort's history goes back to the 1930s. The Elhert family owned this place for almost 50 years. Alameda Ramsey ran the springs after the Elherts as a healing spa, saving the place's previous atmosphere and giving it its current name.

This is a fantastic place to enjoy the geothermal mineral water while staying in the retro furniture rooms in the town where time stands still.

Geothermal Water & Soaking

Geothermal mineral water emerges from a spring at around 110° F - 120° F (43° C - 49° C) and is piped into the soaking tubs.

There are private soaking tubs in the rooms and a community soaking tub outside. The water temperature in the tubs is adjustable.

Additionally, there is a dry sauna in the common area.

Swimsuits are mandatory in the community area and optional in the private areas.

The common area, including the soaking tub and sauna, is open for day use for a fee.

If you book a stay here, Alameda is open year-round. It is open seasonally for day use from April to October 31, 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.

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Beyond Hot Springs: Other Adventures

The owners serve fresh coffee and muffins in the morning.

You can get organic groceries or a meal at Camas Market nearby. Also, there are various restaurants in the town of Hot Springs.

Flathead Lake, National Bison Range, and Lake Mary Ronan State Park are the closest places in the area where you can go for outdoor adventures, including hiking, fishing, and more.

Camping & Lodging

You can rent a room at the Alameda Hot Springs. There are 13 rooms total, 7 of which have a private soaking tub.

The town of Hot Springs has other stays to choose from.

Alternatively, the closest RV and tent camping is at the Big Medicine Hot Springs.

Affordable short and long-term rentals near Alameda Hot Springs

Alameda Hot Springs | Facts

Location: 77 miles northwest of Missoula • Western Montana • USA
Open: Year-round for overnight stay, from April to October for day-use
Development: Soaking tub, sauna
Clothing: Mandatory in common areas
Amenities & Services: Motel rooms

Hiking distance: Short
Road access: Any vehicle
Day-use fees: Yes

Elevation: 2,830 ft (863 m)

Water T° (source):110° F - 120° F (43° C - 49° C)
Water T° (hot tubs): Varies
Odor: None
Chemical used: None

Directions to Alameda Hot Springs

From Perma,

  • Take State Hwy 382 for 15.7 miles
  • Turn right onto Mount Hwy 28 East and follow it for 2.7 miles
  • Turn left onto Hwy 77 and follow it for 1.7 miles
  • Continue onto Broadway Avenue for 0.3 miles
  • Turn right onto A Street for 0.2 miles.

Phone: 406-741-2283

Address: 317 A St N, Hot Springs, MT 59845

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